Reply announced today that its companies Storm Reply and Spike Reply achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Security Competency status. This designation recognizes that the two companies of the Reply Group have demonstrated deep expertise that helps customers achieve their cloud security goals.
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Neustar report details the security risks faced by companies as the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the digital revolution.
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(Bloomberg) -- Global stocks fell further from records amid a panoply of concerns spanning earnings, valuations, coronavirus trends and the fallout of frenzied retail trading in parts of the U.S. market. The dollar rose.The Stoxx Europe 600 Index slumped at the open as investors mulled earnings beats from chipmaker STMicroelectronics NV and Diageo Plc against a miss from Swatch Group AG and a revenue drop at EasyJet Plc. Also weighing on sentiment is an ongoing dispute between AstraZeneca Plc and the European Union over vaccine supplies for the region.U.S. equity futures slipped after disappointment over results from the likes of Apple Inc. and Tesla Inc. sent shares sliding after market. On Wednesday, the S&P 500 slumped 2.6% in its worst rout since October as retail traders piled into heavily-shorted companies, sparking losses at hedge funds and causing turmoil in parts of the market. Treasury yields dipped toward the 1% level after Federal Reserve officials left their main interest rate unchanged and made clear the central bank was nowhere near exiting massive support for the economy. Stocks in Hong Kong and Australia saw the bulk of Asian losses.Stocks have stumbled after a prolonged rally that spurred talk of possible asset bubbles and predictions of a pullback given a raging pandemic and patchy rollout of vaccines. Adding to investor anxiety is a wave of retail traders bidding up heavily-shorted shares, whipsawing stocks around the globe.“The combination of a short covering in U.S. equity markets and delays in vaccines distribution have led U.S. and European equity markets 2 to 3% down,” according to Sebastien Galy, macro strategist at Nordea Funds. “One important point is that a dovish Fed still could not turn around the market, a signal that this may last a few days.”Why GameStop Furor Is Hurting Stock MarketsSoaring volatilities are forcing investors to cut leverage, and that means a large amount of cash is exiting the market. Big institutional names are losing a lot of money very quickly. The stock-market “game” has changed radically over the past week. That raises uncertainty and has risk managers very nervous.Mark Cudmore, Bloomberg Macro Strategist.Click here for the full story.These are some key events coming up in the week ahead:Fourth-quarter GDP, initial jobless claims and new home sales are among U.S. data releases Thursday.U.S. personal income, spending and pending home sales come Friday.These are the main moves in markets:StocksFutures on the S&P 500 Index decreased 0.3% as of 8:20 a.m. London time.The Stoxx Europe 600 Index dipped 1%.The MSCI Asia Pacific Index fell 1.9%.The MSCI Emerging Market Index fell 1.7%.CurrenciesThe Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index advanced 0.2%.The euro decreased 0.1% to $1.2103.The British pound sank 0.2% to $1.3655.The onshore yuan strengthened 0.1% to 6.478 per dollar.The Japanese yen weakened 0.2% to 104.28 per dollar.BondsThe yield on 10-year Treasuries sank one basis point to 1.01%.The yield on two-year Treasuries was unchanged at 0.12%.Germany’s 10-year yield dipped less than one basis point to -0.55%.Britain’s 10-year yield declined one basis point to 0.262%.Japan’s 10-year yield fell one basis point to 0.04%.CommoditiesWest Texas Intermediate crude declined 0.7% to $52.48 a barrel.Brent crude dipped 0.6% to $55.48 a barrel.Gold weakened 0.2% to $1,839.86 an ounce.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
Team owner and former Minardi Formula 1 driver Adrian Campos has passed away at the age of 60.
The Red Devils lost to bottom-of-the-table Blades with rivals City now a point clear at the top of the table with a game in hand
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WhatsApp, the popular messaging app with more than 2 billion users, has been getting a lot of heat (and losing users) in recent weeks after announcing changes to how it shares data with its owner Facebook. Now, it's adding a new biometric feature to the service that will be helping make those using its web and desktop versions a little more secure. The company said that from today, it will roll out a new look for its web and desktop apps, which will let people create an additional authentication layer using biometrics when they want to use WhatsApp on desktop or web.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson heads to Scotland on Thursday in a bid to stem growing support for another independence referendum by arguing that the COVID-19 pandemic has shown the benefits of staying together. The bonds that tie England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland together in a $3 trillion economy have been severely strained by both Brexit and Johnson's handling of the coronavirus outbreak. Opinion surveys show that a majority of Scots would now back independence, though Johnson has repeatedly said that now is not the time for another referendum that could break apart the more than 314-year-old union between England and Scotland.
SpendEdge has announced the release of their Agricultural Machinery Market Report, this market is expected to grow by $ 34.07 B as we reach 2025.
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Highlighting the expansion project’s targeted sustainability strategy and contribution towards achieving Melco’s carbon neutral and zero waste goalsMACAU, Jan. 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Melco Resorts & Entertainment announces Studio City Phase 2 has been shortlisted for the ‘Regional Award, Asia’ at the BREEAM Awards 2021. The nomination highlights the design and implementation of the integrated resort expansion project’s targeted sustainability strategy, as well as the project’s contribution towards achieving Melco’s carbon neutral and zero waste goals. The international BREEAM Awards is an annual celebration recognizing the people, projects and organizations who are leading the way with significant achievements in sustainable building design, development and management. Set to offer approximately 900 rooms and suites as well as world-class non-gaming attractions including one of the world’s largest indoor/outdoor water parks, a Cineplex, fine-dining restaurants and state-of-the-art MICE space, Studio City’s Phase 2 development includes extensive planning to engineer its two hotel tower blocks to be precisely distanced from each other, creating an adequate ‘sky-stream’ to facilitate bird migratory pathways. The design consideration ensures that the development is located away from the existing Macau Cotai Ecological Zone, comprising 15 hectares of protected wetland observed as a resting place by many species of migratory birds. Strategies also include minimizing the impact of basement excavation on both wetland and underground water sources. An ecologist was specifically engaged to develop preservation measures for existing flora and compensatory planting with species compatible with the site’s landscape and habitat. The development also follows Melco’s sustainable procurement plan, which ensures all selected contractors use timber and timber-based products that have been legally harvested, traded and sourced in accordance with the Forestry Stewardship Council™ (FSC™) certification, as well as paints, coatings, sealants and adhesives that have no or low-VOC content, wherever possible. Melco currently holds BREEAM “Excellent” Ratings for the Design stage for both Studio City Phase 2 and City of Dreams Mediterranean in Cyprus, where Melco is developing Europe’s largest integrated resort by incorporating the very highest sustainability standards into its design. About Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited The Company, with its American depositary shares listed on the NASDAQ Global Select Market (NASDAQ: MLCO), is a developer, owner and operator of integrated resort facilities in Asia and Europe. The Company currently operates Altira Macau (www.altiramacau.com), an integrated resort located at Taipa, Macau and City of Dreams (www.cityofdreamsmacau.com), an integrated urban resort located in Cotai, Macau. Its business also includes the Mocha Clubs (www.mochaclubs.com), which comprise the largest non-casino based operations of electronic gaming machines in Macau. The Company also majority owns and operates Studio City (www.studiocity-macau.com), a cinematically-themed integrated resort in Cotai, Macau. In the Philippines, a Philippine subsidiary of the Company currently operates and manages City of Dreams Manila (www.cityofdreamsmanila.com), an integrated resort in the Entertainment City complex in Manila. In Europe, the Company is currently developing City of Dreams Mediterranean (www.cityofdreamsmed.com.cy) in the Republic of Cyprus, which is expected to be the largest and premier integrated destination resort in Europe. The Company is currently operating a temporary casino, the first authorized casino in the Republic of Cyprus, and is licensed to operate four satellite casinos (“Cyprus Casinos”). Upon the opening of City of Dreams Mediterranean, the Company will continue to operate the satellite casinos while operation of the temporary casino will cease. For more information about the Company, please visit www.melco-resorts.com. The Company is strongly supported by its single largest shareholder, Melco International Development Limited, a company listed on the Main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited and is substantially owned and led by Mr. Lawrence Ho, who is the Chairman, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Company. For media enquiries, please contact:Chimmy LeungExecutive Director, Corporate Communications Tel: +852 3151 3765Email: email@example.com
Britain wants to ensure that it receives all the vaccines it has ordered and paid for, Minister for the Cabinet Office Michael Gove said on Thursday after the European Union asked AstraZeneca if it could divert supplies from the United Kingdom. "I think we need to make sure that the vaccine supply that has been bought and paid for, procured for those in the UK, is delivered," Gove told LBC Radio. "But of course, we're always going to work with our friends and neighbours, we have to make sure that we can do everything we can to help them."
BERLIN, Jan 28 (Reuters) - "Serious departures" from democratic norms were a core factor in driving the United States to its lowest in eight years on a global corruption index in 2020, watchdog Transparency International said on Thursday. The group's annual report on business leaders' perceptions of corruption - which gave the United States a score of 67 out of 100, down from 69 in 2019 - also cited weak oversight of the country's $1 trillion COVID-19 relief package. Referring to alleged conflicts of interest and abuse of office at the highest level, it described what it called the U.S. president's attempts to pressure election officials and incite violence in order to change certified vote counts as "among the most serious departures from ethical democratic practice."
European stocks hit a near one-month low on Thursday following Wall Street's worst sell-off since October on concerns about high valuations, with investors also growing wary about a rise in more contagious coronavirus variants. The pan-European STOXX 600 fell 1% by 0812 GMT, turning negative for the year, while major regional bourses like Germany's DAX and France CAC 40 slid further into the red and UK's FTSE 100 held on to slim gains for the year. Investors looked past strong earnings from Apple and Facebook overnight as well as the U.S. Federal Reserve's pledge to stick to loose monetary policy as worries about slow rollout of COVID-19 vaccines and more curbs in Europe weighed on the mood.
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